20 North Clark Street, Suite 800
Chicago, Illinois 60602-4101
We established our newest office in Chicago to extend our national reach and enhance the services we offer to clients in the Midwest and across the country. We provide a full range of legal services to numerous clients who call Chicago home or have offices or operations here, including those in the health care, manufacturing, chemicals, agricultural products, financial services, telecommunications, transportation, retail and media industries.
While our collaborative approach to service enables us to address any business or legal issue facing a broad range of companies, our Chicago location boasts an especially robust practice dedicated to complex, high-profile commercial litigation for clients in the health care and financial sectors. Our lawyers have significant experience litigating cases under the federal and state false claims acts at both the trial and appellate court level, conducting complex internal investigations for large corporate clients in various industries, and litigating cases involving fraud, breach of contract and other business disputes. Our lawyers also have extensive experience representing individuals in both civil and criminal matters. When clients’ needs extend to other areas of business or law, our entire firm is at their disposal.
Chicago is a diverse, global city, and our firm is dedicated to maintaining a work environment built on principles of mutual respect, teamwork and diversity. Our firmwide Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiative and Spotlight on Women® Program offer mentoring and outreach to individuals within and outside the firm to provide networking opportunities and interaction with community leaders.
We have a firmwide commitment to the communities in which we practice. We strongly encourage our lawyers and staff to become involved in civic and charitable endeavors in the communities in which they work and live. We firmly believe we have an obligation to serve our community as leaders and volunteers.
Incorporated in 1837, Chicago is the third largest city in the United States, with almost 3 million residents. The greater metropolitan area, known as Chicagoland, contains nearly 10 million people in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana.
More than 30 Fortune 500 companies call Chicagoland home, and it is a major transportation and distribution center. Chicago has one of the world’s largest and most diversified economies, with key industries including auto manufacturing, biotech, business services, energy, food manufacturing, health services, information technology, manufacturing, medical technology, and plastics and chemicals. With 2.6 million square feet of exhibition space, Chicago's McCormick Place is one of the world’s largest convention and event venues.
Residents and the city’s more than 50 million annual visitors can enjoy a wide variety of cultural institutions, historical sites and museums, along with more than 200 theaters, nearly 200 art galleries, and over 7,000 restaurants. And with more than 500 parks and 26 miles of lakefront that includes 19 miles of bicycle paths and 15 miles of beaches, outdoor enthusiasts can always find an activity that suits them.